Knowledge-Based Clustering: From Data to Information by Witold Pedrycz

By Witold Pedrycz

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In contrast to the possibility measure, the necessity measure is asymmetric (which is obvious, as we are concerned with the inclusion predicate). 2. Computations of possibility (a) and necessity (b) measures; t-norm: minimum, s-norm: maximum. The dotted line in (b) shows a complement of A, 1 − A(x). 36 FUZZY SETS AND FUZZY RELATIONS By its nature (as a measure of overlap), the possibility measure is symmetric, Poss(A, X) = Poss(X, A). The necessity measure, expressing the extent of inclusion, is not symmetric.

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37) i=1 The weight coefficient δ2 reflects the distance between all data and the noise cluster. Note that we end up with c + 1 clusters, with the extra cluster serving as the noise cluster. The difference in the second term of the objective function expresses the degree of membership of each pattern in the noise cluster. The sum over the first c is less than or equal to 1. 8. SELF-ORGANIZING MAPS AND FUZZY OBJECTIVE FUNCTION-BASED CLUSTERING Objective function-based clustering forms one of the main optimization paradigms of data discovery.

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